Anthropology, B.A.

Anthropology, B.A.

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: May 1, October 1
Application fee: $75
Intakes: Fall, Spring
International tuition: $23,770
Domestic tuition: $11,320

Program overview

A student majoring in anthropology must complete 34 semester hours in anthropology, including 10 hours of introductory-level coursework, 3 hours of theory, 9 hours of foundational courses, and 12 hours of electives. The introductory courses include ANTH 2100, ANTH 2300, ANTH 2301, and ANTH 2302. All majors are required to take ANTH 3316 as the theory course. Students are also required to take a foundational course in each subfield: ANTH 3311 (physical anthropology); ANTH 3339 (ethnology); and ANTH 3380 (archaeology). The remaining 12 hours are upper-division elective courses within the program. A maximum of 9 hours of transfer credit may be accepted for the major. With prior departmental approval, 3 advanced hours in a related discipline may be counted toward the major. Anthropology majors must make a grade of C or better in each ANTH course. Up to 6 hours of individual studies and 6 hours of field courses may be credited to the major.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus


Submit original or attested copies of high school transcripts and any exit examinations taken. English proficiency proof is necessary. The minimum required Duolingo score is 100.

Career opportunities

clinical research coordination. human resources. inter-cultural communication. international trade. lobbyist. market research.

Campus location

Lubbock , United States

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